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U.S. managers and business academics alike have been slow to recognize some of the fundamental differences between domestic and international industrial competition. This article examines one particularly salient difference, the role of national institutional systems in shaping economic action...
Research into the relationship between personal values and organizational phenomena has enjoyed a lengthy history. As a result, there is fair agreement among management scholars about two things: what values are and with what they vary. There are also substantial gaps in understanding, including...
The late Kenneth Boulding advised those who would prepare for the future to prepare to be surprised. Five emerging trends promise to do that for corporate leaders and to blindside those least well prepared. Over the next decade or two, America and every other advanced industrial nation will...
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